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I have limited sympathy for this bloke. If he can't afford to pay the fine then the courts should look at repossessing one of his properties.

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"When Recorder De Haan asked for details of Timmins' finances, he was told he had:
a £1 million repayment mortgage with Santander costing £4,000 a month
six other buy-to-let mortgages costing £1,000 a month
a mortgage on his house costing £600 a month
a £7,500 overdraft
and was paying £500 a week to Customs and Excise in capital gains tax after selling some properties.
His 25 flats yielded rents averaging £500 a month each, but some needed renovation and not all were let, said Mr Hall.
"He is living on an overdraft and haemorrhaging money, not making it," he added."

Pure comedy. :lol:

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His 25 flats yielded rents averaging £500 a month each,
but some needed renovation and not all were let,
said Mr Hall.
"He is living on an overdraft and haemorrhaging money, not making it," he added.

Pure comedy. :lol:

Maybe this is why they are "empty - waiting for a refit"?

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Average income = £12,500 per month

Mortgage payments £4,000 + £1000 +£600 = £5,600

Say repairs and renewals at say £75 per property per month = £2,000

Bad debts, voids inspections certificates = £1,000

Income = £4,000

An ok sum but not that much and will dive when interest move up

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For the love of God let's just legalise it, tax it and clear the national debt quicker get out of everyones private lives and let them put whatever they want into their own bodies!

That's my opinion anyway.

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What happened to his ten year jail sentence?

Nine people were subsequently jailed for their part in the £1million cocaine supply ring operating between Colombia, London and Plymouth.

Among them were three Plymouth men Michael Timmins, of Elburton Road, Plymstock, who was jailed for 10 years, Graham Stainer, of Ladysmith Road, Mount Gould, sentenced to five years and Leslie Chown, of Weston Mill, who got 18 months. Edward Mayhew, of Pengover Green, Liskeard, was sentenced to five years.

http://www.thisisplymouth.co.uk/news/LENKIEWICZ-WORK-SOLD-CHARITY/article-292989-detail/article.html

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For the love of God let's just get out of everyones private lives and let them put whatever they want into their own bodies!

That's my opinion anyway.

Fine for cannabis, perhaps, but the trouble is the harder drugs are pretty socially destructive.

If you could guarantee every addict would queue up to buy their drugs from Boots with hard-earned cash, then take a taxi home, then fine. In reality, i'd expect legalising drugs to have knock ons to crime and public safety.

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